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TR8 efi 1980 and TR7 TR8 a/c under bonnet (hood) labels

Too many people duplicate work that others already have done ... if you're having something remade then tell us about it! Success and Disasters, they are all useful to know about!
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TR8 efi 1980 and TR7 TR8 a/c under bonnet (hood) labels

Postby XSeries » 16 Apr 2018 18:24

I have had a few of these made - please note that for the purists the a/c label does not refer to the old (and now illegal) R12, but to its replacement R134a.
The differences in appearance are the result of the light and the camera, not the labels.
Please let me know if you would like one or two.
They are £8 (efi) and £5 (a/c) each plus postage.

Brian
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Re: TR8 efi 1980 and TR7 TR8 a/c under bonnet (hood) labels

Postby johnnyj » 16 Apr 2018 21:05

I don't need any Brian but fantastic that you have had them re-made. Just the sort of entrepreneurial spirit which keeps our cars alive!

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Re: TR8 efi 1980 and TR7 TR8 a/c under bonnet (hood) labels

Postby HDRider » 17 Apr 2018 13:40

Do you still have any of these and would you be willing to ship to the USA?

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Re: TR8 efi 1980 and TR7 TR8 a/c under bonnet (hood) labels

Postby XSeries » 17 Apr 2018 18:45

Yes happy to ship to USA - if you want the larger one it is 10 inches long so needs to go in a large letter cost £3.50 (slightly cheaper by sea but takes 42 days not 3-5!)
I have windscreen wiper gaskets, rear light gaskets and fuel cap gaskets that are light and would not need more postage should you need any of them as well.
Brian

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